2013 District of Columbia Code
Division VIII — GENERAL LAWS
Title 44 — CHARITABLE AND CURATIVE INSTITUTIONS
Subtitle I — HEALTH RELATED INSTITUTIONS
Chapter 4 — HEALTH SERVICES PLANNING
- Section 44-401 — Definitions.
- Section 44-402 — State Health Planning and Development Agency; establishment and responsibilities.
- Section 44-403 — Statewide Health Coordinating Council; establishment and responsibilities.
- Section 44-404 — Health systems plan; development, publication, updating, and implementation.
- Section 44-405 — Reporting, analysis, and publication of utilization, financial, and other health-related data; regulations, reporting periods, format, and forms.
- Section 44-406 — Certificate of need requirements.
- Section 44-407 — Activities exempt from certificate of need review.
- Section 44-408 — Activities subject to expedited administrative certificate of need reviews.
- Section 44-409 — Adoption of procedures and criteria for review by the SHPDA governing application and review.
- Section 44-410 — Criteria for review and required findings.
- Section 44-411 — Duration, modification, sale, or transfer of a certificate of need.
- Section 44-412 — Reconsideration of review decisions.
- Section 44-413 — Administrative appeal.
- Section 44-414 — Judicial review of certificate of need decisions.
- Section 44-415 — Certificate of need mandatory condition precedent.
- Section 44-416 — Violations and penalties for noncompliance.
- Section 44-417 — Immunity from civil liability.
- Section 44-418 — Moratorium on applications.
- Section 44-419 — Annual report.
- Section 44-420 — Fees.
- Section 44-420.01 — Establishment of State Health Planning and Development Fund.
- Section 44-421 — Rules.
- Section 44-422 — Applicability. [Repealed]
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